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Costs and Payments
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BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
The following Continuing Studies programs provide bursaries or scholarship opportunities to students enrolling in their respective areas:
If you work in the private or non-profit sector in B.C., your employer may be eligible for the B.C. Employer Training Grant, which provides funding for employers to support skills training for their current and new employees.
The provincial government offers a tuition waiver for former youth in care attending public post-secondary institutions in British Columbia. B.C. students who are between 19 and 26 years of age who have received care from the Ministry of Children and Family Development or a Delegated Aboriginal Agency through the Child, Family and Community Service Act may be eligible for a tuition waiver for all Continuing Studies courses and programs.
Otherwise, SFU Continuing Studies programs and courses are not eligible for any other B.C. or Canada Student Loans. You may wish to obtain funding through other sources such as your personal financial institution (line of credit, borrowing from RRSPs, etc.).
Individuals from the United States who have completed an approved term of national service in AmeriCorps programs may be able to use funding from the Segal Americorps Education Award towards tuition for programs and courses at SFU Continuing Studies.
The potential funding sources listed below are independent organizations not connected to SFU Continuing Studies.
- Soroptimist Foundation of Canada
Education and training awards for women.